The team of misfits, known as the Guardians of the Galaxy band together to stop evil plaguing the universe in the latest Marvel Studios film.
In Seth MacFarlane’s second live action offering he plays a frontier funnyman who attempts to avoid the eponymous million ways to die in the West, including a particularly dangerous duel. Are MacFarlane’s jokes still killing it or is he firing blanks?
In the latest X-Men movie the X-Men have to save the world from the most dangerous foes they’ve ever faced, their past selves.
Jon and Adam connect via the wide world of webs, and chat about movies, hdmi problems, ps4, and ‘nadoes.
Tyler, Lance, and Jon brawl over the classic old Ben Affleck vs. Matt Damon debate and things get pretty heated. The guys also chat about the upcoming fall movies, black friday fun, the founding of www.sexcrypt.com and in the last half hour… things take a dark turn.
Lance is the Latka of the podcast. The 3 nerds discuss where on a spaceship they would like to be positioned, run ins with chatty convenience store clerks. Lance brings up comics, and the terrible death of superman saga of the nineties. More comics. Lots of comics. Also, people need to get Mr. Dan Conner, John Goodman, more work in Hollywood. Lance approves of the new Van Halen album. And the gang previews the movies of the spring and summer of 2012.
Join Adam and Jon while they find out just how terrible Christmas can be… by watching terrible Christmas movies and attempting to understand the holly jolly of it all. This week, Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas, oh yeah… we said to watch “A Golden Christmas” … about that… yeah….
Lance returns to the podcasting theatre to talk Kevin Smith movies. The crew watches red state and this is part one of that podcast. Also, drinks make you talk louder and take levels worse, so things get a bit crackly. Tune in, part 2 coming later this weekend.
Jon, Adam and Lance decide to sit down and watch all of the Fast and the Furious movies. It turns out that Lance hates generic cuban villians. We reminisce as a dude totally gets destroyed by a semi truck out of nowhere. The movie turns out to be one big pal-ing around fest where everybody loves each other and nobody dies, except for poor semi truck guy. Paul Walker apparently is the great white hope in the race driving race wars that apparently occur. In his sickness Lance decides to watch “Spanglish”, and he nearly takes a turn for the worse. The gang also discusses how to make an awesome popcorn action movie, and how terrible the Die Hard trilogy game on PS1 is. Listen in!